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markets today, prices for west texas crude and brent fell, after rising steadily for the last several days. investors sold oil futures on concerns about slower economic growth in the eurozone and what it could mean for oil and gasoline demand. one oil trader says he sees crude prices stabilizing at lower levels. >> near term, we're going to ease back a bit. i think we're probably going to be in the high 80s, maybe 85.5, maybe 87.5 will be where we are going to settle back here. until then, i don't see any reason for us to go much higher. we basically overshot our objectives here. >> susie: last night we told you about chipotle's disappointing sales growth. the upscale burrito maker blamed a cautious consumer and slowing u.s. economy. today, chipotle shares got burned. they fell almost $100 in early trading, but they were able to cut their losses and end the session down $87. restaurant rivals starbucks and panera bread also lost ground in today's trading. the past few weeks we've been and if you're planning a european summer vacation soon, you could be spending less money. the euro fell as
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